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Ten years after the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps, filmmaker Alain Resnais documented the abandoned grounds of Auschwitz. One of the first cinematic reflections on the horrors of the Holocaust, Night and Fog (Nuit et Brouillard) contrasts the stillness of the abandoned camps' quiet, empty buildings with haunting wartime footage. With Night and Fog, Resnais investigates the cyclical nature of man's violence toward man and presents the unsettling suggestion that such horrors could come again.
An important and immensely haunting and shocking film at only half hour but manages to capsulizes the horror in such a way that ultimately stays with you.Published 2 months ago by Jess Bermea
Not easy to watch but an important reminder of what humans can do to each other.Published 2 months ago by Naomi Gal
This was so boring, if it wasn't for a class then I wouldn't have bought it. But it was very helpfulPublished 2 months ago by Monchell Mercer
The first time I saw this film I was 13, and it was so striking I remembered it for 20 years. The combination of Resnais' skill and his need to remind the French of their own... Read morePublished 3 months ago by DBM Raleigh
The title of the French documentary ‘Nuit Et Brouillard’, or ‘Night And Fog’, is a translation of the German words ‘nacht und nebel’ used as a political smokescreen to label the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Hunter McClung
Maybe best I never received it.
It probably would give me nightmares
for a long time. I think it is important
not to forget man's inhumanity to
man in order to... Read more
So so sad. Never can fathom why n how but bless those who show us so we can never c it again.Published 8 months ago by Andrea L. Stoddard